In this exciting seventh entry in Thomas Perry's Jane Whitefield series, Jane spirits James Shelby, a man unjustly convicted of his wife's murder, out of the criminal court building in downtown Los Angeles-but the price of Shelby's freedom is high.
"Anyone who has read Perry knows the anticipatory pleasure that comes just from holding a new book with his name on the cover. Fans of Jane, last seen in Runner, will enjoy this elegantly written tale of pursuit and revenge." (Library Journal)
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Yes, I love Thomas Perry as an author, but this book was very dark, very graphic in image.
The image and details presented in the torture process was horrible. It is not necessary to go into so much detail.
The narrator was good
After you get past the chapters of torture, the book is a typical Thomas Perry novel that keeps you involved in the story.
Don't read this book if you have a weak stomach; the torture details are to graphic, it is not needed for this story. It ruined the book and made me think twice about reading a Thomas PERRY NOVEL AGAIN.
- Paula "Tell us about yourself! I like clean romances and fantasy. The happily ever after is for me"
Non-stop action all the way
I love audio and I love print. Can't say for sure which is better.
This was definitely a rocket ride from the beginning. I don't want to spoil the book for anyone. Jane starts out moving fast, and never slows down.
Joyce is very good in this series and she is Jane's voice that I hear in my head when I re-read the stories.
I did listen in one sitting. I'm retired and have the time. I stayed up VERY late. It was worth it.
If you have never read any other Jane Whitefield books, DO NOT START with this one. It brings in characters and situations from earlier books. As a series reader I loved it, but it would not make sense to someone who wasn't.
Start at the beginning with Vanishing Act and come forward.